Company Liquidation

company liquidation

Company liquidation of assets can be a stressful time for directors and creditors alike. Real Business Rescue can help alleviate much of that worry.


The liquidation process for companies in the UAE is Board Resolution, Appointment of Liquidator, Public Announcement, Clearance of Liabilities, Company Assets, Employee Settlement, Clearance from Authorities, Cancellation of Licenses and Permits, Final Audit and Report, Distribution of Remaining Assets & Deregistration.
The common circumstances under which a company may be liquidated are Voluntary Liquidation, Insolvency or Bankruptcy, Court Order, End of the Companys Duration, Failure to Comply with Legal Requirements, Regulatory Requirement, Mergers and Acquisitions & Shareholders Dispute.
The three ways in which a company can be liquidated are Voluntary Liquidation, Compulsory Liquidation & Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL)
Here is a general overview of how the assets are handled during a liquidation: Identification and Valuation, Realization of Assets, Settlement of Liabilities, Priority of Payments & Distribution to Shareholders & Reporting.
The main legal frameworks that govern the liquidation of companies in Dubai are UAE Commercial Companies Law, Department of Economic Development (DED) Regulations, Dubai Courts, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Laws, Free Zone Authorities, Liquidation Committees and Liquidators & Labor Law.
The duration of a liquidation process can vary depending on several factors, including the type of liquidation (voluntary or compulsory), the complexity of the company affairs, the number of assets and liabilities involved, the cooperation of stakeholders, and the efficiency of the liquidation process.